As one of America’s oldest open air markets, Boston’s Harmarket is a cultural cornerstone of the city. Nestled in the heart of Boston’s historic downtown, and mere footsteps away from Faneuil Hall and the North End, Haymarket is a bustling hub for fresh fruits, vegetables, and seafood. It’s a place where you can connect with the history and culture of the city while experiencing the sights and sounds of one of America’s oldest open-air markets.
Haymarket’s tradition of selling fresh, affordable produce in Boston dates back almost 300 years. Today, the vendors continue the centuries-old tradition of providing Bostonians with fresh produce at some of the lowest prices in New England. With over 40 independent vendors, historic pubs and restaurants, and ethnic groceries, you will never leave Haymarket disappointed.